As world leaders prepare to adopt the UN’s Global Goals for Sustainable Development, the biggest ever collaboration of campaigners, artists, sports stars, performers and companies unite to tell seven billion people in seven days “It’s Time To Change The World”
The Global Goals campaign was announced today with a bid to reach 7 billion people in 7 days with news of the Global Goals for Sustainable Development. This unprecedented effort is supported by a variety of campaigns including action/2015, Global Citizen and Project Everyone.
Life can only be lived forwards,
but it can only be understood backwards.
Asiancemagazine.com’s goal statement is “connecting Asian American women to the world.” Making that link between East and West involves, in part, understanding the past, especially that of one’s parents, one’s extended family, and their ancestors.
Summer is the time for vacations, weddings, and family gatherings. Often, we need to travel long distances to these events. And, in the twenty-first century, that usually means traveling by air. Unless you’re wealthy enough to hire a private jet, that will involve airline travel.
For a century and a half, San Francisco’s Chinatown, the nation’s oldest, has sheltered waves of immigrants. It’s the birthplace of Chinese America, and to some extent, the broader Asian America.
Now, Chinatown faces powerful economic and demographic challenges as the city undergoes an unprecedented boom in tech jobs.
Euan and Risa first met in Singapore in 2012 when they were paddling for the same canoe team together. Things moved pretty fast from there on and they decided to get married in June 2013 and then moved to Hawaii for Risa’s work as a media consultant and documentary maker.
Generations of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders have helped make America what it is today. Their histories recall bitter hardships and proud accomplishments, from the laborers who connected our coasts over one-and-a-half centuries ago, to the patriots who fought overseas while their families were interned at home, to the innovators and entrepreneurs who are driving our Nation's economic growth in Silicon Valley and beyond.
Janet Lee is a serial small-space nester. She has lived in a dozen pocket-sized spaces. Although not a professional decorator, (by day, she is a mild-mannered TV producer) she is a true design enthusiast. Each apartment along the way has become a personal decorating lab where Lee has created and road-tested posh, portable and affordable ways to live large and proud in her petite pad.
We just LOVE her ideas!